Our services as your general contractor include:

  • Complete interior and exterior renovations
  • Additions
  • New foundations
  • Structural retrofits
  • Kitchen & bathroom remodels
  • Light commercial projects
  • Maintenance and repairs

How We Work

At Fontana Construction, we believe that our services are best realized when we become a part of your team from the very beginning. This means that we will assist with building permits, value engineering and suppliers recommendations before your project formally begins. Once we have worked with you on your pre-construction needs, we will provide you with a detailed cost estimate.

Our estimates always include a cost breakdown, job schedule and comprehensive project clarifications. We obtain multiple bids from reputable subcontractors and make sure you get the best value possible. Large estimates can be very complex and your project manager is always available to answer any questions you may have.

Fontana Construction provides construction management services which allow us to control costs and maintain your desired timeline and budget. The Project Manager assigned to your job will ensure that you are always kept abreast of the status of your project and any issues that may arise.

We realize the importance of communication with all members of the team including the Project Manager who is leading your job, the Foreman and his on-site crew, our office staff, all subcontractors, the architect and most importantly, you, our client. Our communication is clear, concise and timely.

Stevan Fontana and all of the senior management team meet on a weekly basis to discuss each project, timelines, budgets and any issues so we can utilize our collective resources for the benefit each project.

Value Engineering

Value Engineering helps meet our customer’s financial needs while assuring standards of quality and design is maintained and as much value as possible is created. Fontana Construction does this through a variety of approaches:

  • Objective thinking with 35 years of experience
  • Evaluating an estimate with intention of reducing cost and production time
  • Developing and expanding on ideas, keeping in mind alternate ways of meeting requirements
  • Substitutions with more economical products
  • Subcontractor bidding process